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Is There Room for Transgender Rights in the ‘New Malaysia’?
April 04, 2019
Is There Room for Transgender Rights in the ‘New Malaysia’?
Activists believe that the situation for trans people has not changed at all, or has arguably gotten even worse.
Is There Room for Transgender Rights in the ‘New Malaysia’?
The Philippines’ China Dam Controversy
March 27, 2019
The Philippines’ China Dam Controversy
The Kaliwa Dam Project, a centerpiece of the BRI in the Philippines, faces steep opposition from indigenous peoples.
The Philippines’ China Dam Controversy
Balochistan’s Great Internet Shutdown
March 25, 2019
Balochistan’s Great Internet Shutdown
For 2 years and counting, Kech district’s mobile internet has been shut off for “security reasons.”
Balochistan’s Great Internet Shutdown
China Is Winning the War for Nepali Buddhism
March 21, 2019
China Is Winning the War for Nepali Buddhism
China's inroads in Nepal mean increasing control over Buddhist heritage sites – with implications for Tibet.
China Is Winning the War for Nepali Buddhism
Pakistan's Women Marched for Their Rights. Then the Backlash Came.
March 20, 2019
Pakistan's Women Marched for Their Rights. Then the Backlash Came.
What made the Aurat March controversial?
Pakistan's Women Marched for Their Rights. Then the Backlash Came.
Frenetic Serenity: The Streets of Saigon
March 18, 2019
Frenetic Serenity: The Streets of Saigon
The 24-hour challenge: 100 street photographs of Saigon
Frenetic Serenity: The Streets of Saigon
Even China’s ‘Model’ Uyghurs Aren’t Safe
March 14, 2019
Even China’s ‘Model’ Uyghurs Aren’t Safe
Uyghurs who have tried hard to assimilate into the majority Han Chinese culture have not been spared from detention.
Even China’s ‘Model’ Uyghurs Aren’t Safe
A War of Words? Conflicting Media Narratives Between India and Pakistan
March 08, 2019
A War of Words? Conflicting Media Narratives Between India and Pakistan
In a game of optics and perception, India's Modi and Pakistan's Khan each have come away with a victory.
A War of Words? Conflicting Media Narratives Between India and Pakistan
Bangladesh's Media Under Siege
March 07, 2019
Bangladesh's Media Under Siege
The Digital Security Act 2018 was just the latest blow.
Bangladesh's Media Under Siege
The Many Faces of India's Kumbh Mela
March 01, 2019
The Many Faces of India's Kumbh Mela
India is once again holding the world's largest religious festival. But not everyone is here to worship.
The Many Faces of India's Kumbh Mela
The Other Peace Talks: Afghan Women, Millennials, and Social Media
February 27, 2019
The Other Peace Talks: Afghan Women, Millennials, and Social Media
The grassroots peace process is working – it just needs time, say civil society activists
The Other Peace Talks: Afghan Women, Millennials, and Social Media
What the Pulwama Attack Means for Kashmiris
February 26, 2019
What the Pulwama Attack Means for Kashmiris
The deadly attack on security forces in Indian Kashmir has Kashmiris in the rest of India afraid for their safety.
What the Pulwama Attack Means for Kashmiris
Japan’s Immigration Policy: Turned Corner or Cul-De-Sac?
February 21, 2019
Japan’s Immigration Policy: Turned Corner or Cul-De-Sac?
A new immigration reform package still doesn't go far enough to meet Japan's needs.
Japan’s Immigration Policy: Turned Corner or Cul-De-Sac?
What’s Showing at Asia's Biggest Contemporary Art Festival?
February 13, 2019
What’s Showing at Asia's Biggest Contemporary Art Festival?
A taste of India's Kochi-Muziris Biennale.
What’s Showing at Asia's Biggest Contemporary Art Festival?
Marking 70 Years of War in Myanmar
February 08, 2019
Marking 70 Years of War in Myanmar
Karen armed groups gather to seek peace while marking the 70th anniversary of the original revolution.
Marking 70 Years of War in Myanmar
A Holiday in Xinjiang
February 04, 2019
A Holiday in Xinjiang
What it’s like being a tourist inside a police state.
A Holiday in Xinjiang
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